Australian Rock n Roll-part III

17 Aug 2018  Fri

Music soothes our souls. It’s hard to find a person who doesn’t like music. To commemorate and celebrate music and famous bands and songs, Australia has issued stamps. From the hard rock to the pure pop, ten hit songs of Rock Australia! All songs featured on these commemorative stamps from 2011 were great hits that found their way into the hearts of the music-lovers and philatelists too!

Let’s see the last of these set of 10 stamps:

Treaty (1991): ‘Treaty’ is a widely known song of Yothu Yindi, an Australian musical group of Aboriginal and Balanda members. Selected as one of the Top 30 Australian Songs of all time, ‘Treaty’ was the first song in an Aboriginal Australian language to gain extensive international recognition. This 45c stamp tries to depict the ethnic and tribal voice of Australia!

Tomorrow (1994): Silverchair was an Australian Rock band which released their song ‘Tomorrow’ on their debut extended play album. The song also won them a National Band Competition called “Pick Me”. This 45c stamp artistically depicts the song ‘Tomorrow’ against a modern and stylised design.

Confide In Me (1994): Kylie Minogue, one of Australia’s most successful pop artists marked her arrival as the dance diva with the dance anthem ‘Confide in me’. The song is one of the greatest hits and urges the people to confide with the singer. The 45c stamp artistically depicts lips over a key!

Truly Madly Deeply (1997): Savage Garden - The band of Australian pop duo - Darren Hayes & Daniel Jones got featured on the “Rock n Roll” commemoratives from 2011. This 45c stamp features the band’s popular song ‘Truly Madly Deeply’ set within silver hearts, magenta rose and cupid!

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